What else should I grow?

Canada
May 25, 2012 9:46am CST
I have started planting my garden so far I have 1 row of tomatoes 3 rows of peppers 2 rows of lettuce 1 row of onions 1 row of Brussels sprouts. A split row of booth choy and cabbage 1 row of carrots 2 rows of cucumbers These rows are about 20 feet long as well btw not small Any ideas what else I should plant? I have 6 planter boxes of herbs as well
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@factorial (981)
• Philippines
25 May 12
How about garlic and ginger?
• Philippines
25 May 12
try also basil. this is a good medicinal herb...
• Canada
25 May 12
Oh garlic great idea! I'm not a fan of ginger so I think ill pass on that one and have basil growing in one of my planters rather then the garden
• Philippines
25 May 12
Good luck...
• United States
25 May 12
I love to plant potatoes. They are easy too. We also do cauliflower, broccoli and eggplant as well as zucchini. You might want to try some fruit, watermelon, cantaloupe, or honeydew.
• Canada
25 May 12
Omg I completely forgot about fruit!!!! You are right I should defiantly try some (off to the seed store on my lunch break I go lol) hmmmmm never tried coliflower either might try that Potatoes I get bushels of them for free when the farms plow up the fields we go and pick up what's left behind by the machines
• United States
25 May 12
Oh I wish we had a farmer who would let us do that. We are stereotypes to the T. Irish and we love our taters.. We really do eat them just about everyday. As for the cauliflower I have done best here with the purple variety and it's pretty too.
• Canada
25 May 12
None of the farmers aroundhere seem to mind as they just plow them under anyways Ok ill see what I can find for coliflower ill keep that in mind about the purple
@peavey (15856)
• United States
25 May 12
Can you grow corn there? Fresh corn is so good! Also, squashes of various kinds and pumpkin if you have room. Squash and pumpkin take a lot of room.
• Canada
26 May 12
Nope corn downtown grow here for some odd reason tried 3 years in a row finally gave up on it but yes squash is a great idea ill have to try that
@swapmind (357)
• Australia
25 May 12
wow!you have a very healthy garden,i always love to grow fresh organic vegetables in my garden,plucking fresh vegetables are a joy in itself.other options can be growing coriander and basel.
• Canada
26 May 12
See precise post already got them
@youless (86444)
• Guangzhou, China
25 May 12
That's so nice that you have such a lovely garden to grow the plants. If I were you, I would plant some herbs like parsley and so on. Since I like cooking, I can take advantage of my garden to grow some herbs. And I can use this fresh herbs to cook. I love China
• Canada
26 May 12
I have about 8planter boxes full of herbs already I do them in boxes rather then the garden then they r right outside my door when I want them
@911Ricki (13602)
• Canada
25 May 12
Your just motivated Im still writing a list, and procrastinating against digging up the garden haha. Zucchini, Spinach, Celery?. I am planning on doing carrots, celery, spinach, lettuce, zucchini, tomatoes, and cucumber for sure. I may try mushrooms, corn, and a few other. I am now trying to figure out herbs, but I am doing catnip as well.
• Canada
25 May 12
Didn't think of zucchiniand spinach maybe ill try some of that as well I'm not a fan of celery damn string stuff bugs me lol I have never had much luck with corn were in live and usually I just raid the farmers feild lol mushrooms hmmmmm never thought of that don't they have to grow inside in really damn area? Yes I'm super motivated on this garden I love growing things though and working outdoors in the summer